The New Yorker magazine - Feb. 8, 1947 92 complete pages. Cover by Helen Hokinson- Saks by Burris - Schiaparelli by Vertes - Rogers Pect -Artby C.F. Peters - Elizabeth Arden - Dobb's Gay Prince Hats - Miss sRheingold
This wonderful issue is loaded with great articles, and vintage advertising. Some of the ad's and artists are listed above.
Helen Hokinson (born June 29, 1893 in Mendota, Illinois; died November 1, 1949 in Washington, D.C.) was an American cartoonist and a staff cartoonist for The New Yorker.
Hokinson died in the Eastern Airlines Flight 537 mid-air collision at Washington National Airport on November 1, 1949. She left dozens of cartoons, many of which were published by The New Yorker in subsequent months.